6 edition of Disbound and dispersed found in the catalog.
Disbound and dispersed
Christopher De Hamel
|Statement||Christopher de Hamel, Joel Silver ; with contributions by John P. Chalmers, Daniel W. Mosser, Michael Thompson.|
|Contributions||Silver, Joel, 1951-, Chalmers, John P., 1940-, Mosser, Daniel Wayne., Thompson, Michael, 1951-, Caxton Club.|
|LC Classifications||Z1033.L4 D4 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005046974|
The book and leaf (which is secured behind a hinged cloth mat) housed in an impressive (15 1/2 x 11 3/4") navy blue folding cloth box constructed of acid-free materials by Jace Graf of Cloverleaf Studio. Title page printed in black, red, and blue. De Hamel "Disbound and Dispersed" In mint condition. 20 pages with an original leaf from the Bible in Algonquin. Includes an account of the translator and the two printers who produced the book by George Parker Winship. A very good, bright copy. References: Sabin , Darlow & Moule , Doctor. Marrymount Check List – No. issue of the press, Disbound & Dispersed, No.
disbound (not comparable) (of a page) removed from a bound volume; Verb. disbound (third-person singular simple present disbounds, present participle disbounding, simple past and past participle disbounded) To extend beyond its normal bounds. Christopher de Hamel has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings. Christopher de Hamel’s most popular book is Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts.
De Hamel and Silver, "Disbound & Dispersed" Lower corners slightly bumped, naturally occurring variations in the color of the vellum, the Jerome leaf with minor dampstaining along one edge, but a fine copy and a fresh, bright leaf with generous margins. This attractively printed and designed leaf book features a fine leaf from the editio. Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered by Christopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, the Caxton Club of Chicago, 11 ultrarightist. , am >10 dlphcoracl: Masterful typography. Thank you for sharing. 12 Flaubie. , am. Wow! I am in awe. I am looking for an edition of the psalms, having missed the Essex.
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Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book ConsideredCited by: 2. "Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered is the first book to examine the fascinating history of the leaf book. A nineteenth-century development, a leaf book contains an original leaf from a manuscript or significant printed volume that has been complemented with an essay or other explanatory material relating to the leaf's origins.
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Disbound definition is - no longer having a binding. How to use disbound in a sentence. Disbound and dispersed: the leaf book considered. Imprint: Chicago, Ill.: Caxton Club, (c) Extent: pages: Notes: With contributions by John P.
Chalmers, Daniel W. Mosser, Michael Thompson. Catalog of an exhibition organized by The Caxton Club to celebrated the one-hundredth anniversary of the leaf book by E. Gordon Duff: William Caston. LIMITED EDITION, one of copies.
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Disbound and Dispersed by Christopher De Hamel,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. de Hamel, Christopher, and Joel Silver. Chicago: The Caxton Club, ().
First edition. Hardcover. 4to. Deep red cloth, gilt spine title, Caxton's device in blind on the upper board. Purple endpapers. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Assistant curator of European art, Sasha Suda, discusses the living history of illuminated manuscripts.
Manuscripts were illuminated in medieval times to illustrate text and to help communicate its meaning. Text and image functioned as a single language to religious audiences.
As devotional practices changed, the text in some manuscripts lost significance while the illuminations took on new. DisBound is a bookbinding term that means to remove the book pages from its bindings.
Disbound should not be confused with unbound, which, is a bookbinding term used to describe pages that were never bound to begin with. Disbound was also the title of my solo exhibition at Harcourt House My books are disbound and immersed Continue reading "Disbound".
New Series Number 1 (January )Gregory Graalfs, Photography in Reproduction: Its Role in the Settlement of Maryatt, Experience Gutenberg Project: Printing Beorum II at the Scripps College SChristopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered.
[WP]Irene Tichenor, No Art without Craft: The Life of Theodore Low. This book is a comprehensive overview of the new developments in the study of dispersal and the state-of-the-art research on the evolution of this trait.
The causes, mechanisms, and consequences of dispersal at the individual, population, and species levels are : Paperback. An innovative feature of the book was that all copies of both versions had pasted to p.
of volume 1 a proof leaf, printed on one side only, for William Pickering's very small format (32mo) Diamond Classics edition of the Greek New Testament (), making this the first "leaf book." de Hamel & Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book. Thomas Taylor's press was in Austin, Texas, making this the only Book Club of California leaf book to have been printed outside the State of California.
De Hamel and Silver, 'Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered' (Chicago: The Caxton Club ), Exh. 39, Checklistpp. Seller Inventory # H Sometimes perception is more important than fact, as in the case of this leaf from a Carolingian psalter.
Long after this manuscript was produced, St. Romuald (ca. –) founded a monastery at Camaldoli, Tuscany. His successor, St. Peter Damian (–), wrote a biography of Romuald. In it, he claimed that Romuald had a dream in which God commanded him to make a psalter with.
The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England's first Printer. New York: Scribner and Welford, De Hamel, Christopher & Joel Silver. Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered.
Chicago: The Caxton Club, Evans, Joan and John Howard Whitehouse, ed. The Diaries of John Ruskin. 3 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Define disbound. disbound synonyms, disbound pronunciation, disbound translation, English dictionary definition of disbound.
adj removed from a bound volume. because the book is now nearly disbound (a pencil note inside the front board notes, 'poor and damaged copy of little value). This month the Art Gallery of Ontario is celebrating and delving into that aspect of the history of the book with their lecture series Disbound and Dispersed, which serves to explain and enrich the exhibit Revealing the Renaissance: Art in Early Florence, which is on display at the AGO from March 16 to J Hardcover.
Condition: Very Good +. First edition. Strong VG+, just a little wear to the bottom inside corners (not bumps, just tiny paper split). Nice clean copy. leaf is very clean, minor creasing.
Nice copy of this leaf book classic. Hamel & Silver, Disbound and Dispersed Seller Inventory # Christopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. [WP] Irene Tichenor, No Art without Craft: The Life of Theodore Low DeVinne, Printer.
[WP] James N. Green and Peter Stallybrass, Benjamin Franklin, Printer and Writer. [Calhoun Winton] John A. Lane, Early Type Specimens in the Plantin-Moretus Museum.
Beginning in Aprilan exhibition of leaf books entitled “Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered” will tour the country, opening at the Newberry Library in Chicago, traveling to the San Francisco Public Library, the Houghton Library at Harvard University, and finishing at the Lilly Library at Indiana University.
HOLMAN, Louis. The Graphic Processes: Intaglio, Relief and Planographic. A Series of Actual : Charles E. Goodspeed & Co., 2 atory text booklet and 24 fascicules containing 33 mounted original leaves partial leaves or prints representing 24 processes.
Disbound and Dispersed presents a few ideas that merit thought about disbanded volumes, like how rare it is, how incomplete or damaged it is, the applicable laws of particular countries about cultural heritage or individual rights, the value of the particular leaf book to scholars and collectors.